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ClearCorrect, Inc. Begins National Rollout of its FDA-Cleared

April 23rd, 2009 · No Comments

clearcorrect_logo_tagHouston, TX – April 22, 2009 – ClearCorrect, Inc. recently began the national rollout of its FDA-cleared transparent orthodontic aligners, also known as clear braces or invisible braces. The company is supporting the rollout with a series of local hands-on certification workshops for orthodontists and general practice dentists. ClearCorrect provides dentists with the following advantages over other clear aligner systems currently on the market:

• Enhanced treatment control
• Easier to understand and shorter runway to proficiency
• Developed by leading dentists in clear aligner orthodontics
• Lower lab fees
• No midcourse correction fees
• No refinement fees
• All treatment products include initial retention at no extra charge
• More affordable option for dentists and patients
• Superior training and certification
• Responsive customer service

clearcorrect_aligner_handAccording to Dr. Willis Pumphrey, ClearCorrect CEO and practicing Houston dentist, “For the past two years, we’ve concentrated on growing our business, first locally, then regionally. With more and more dentists getting trained and certified on ClearCorrect and recommending it to their patients, we’re ready to go national.”

The company has carefully prepared for the launch by developing an informative and user-friendly website,, which has sections for clinicians and patients alike. There has also been a significant
investment in the development of marketing brochures, promotional videos, and patient education materials.

“We not only have the tools to help dentists market ClearCorrect, we have the hands-on certification training they need to ensure patient success,” adds Dr. Pumphrey. “You can have the best marketing in the world, but without providing excellent training and support, your success as a dental manufacturing company will be short-lived – we’re in it for the long haul!”

The ClearCorrect certification workshops are conveniently scheduled throughout the country so dentists can attend without losing valuable time in their practices. Upon completing the course, dentists are not only certified as official ClearCorrect providers, they earn eight hours of continuing education credits as well.
ClearCorrect certification workshops are scheduled for the following cities during the remainder of the year, with additional dates to be continuously added:

Date City
4/25 Chicago
5/9 Phoenix
5/16 New York
5/29 Philadelphia
6/13 Las Vegas
6/26 Los Angeles
7/11 San Diego
7/25 Boston
8/8 San Francisco
8/22 Seattle
9/12 Denver
9/26 Salt Lake City
10/17 Atlanta
10/30 Houston
11/07 Orlando
11/21 Miami
12/12 New York

In addition, for experienced ClearCorrect doctors seeking a fast track to certification, there are one-hour online webinars avaliable. The next webinar is scheduled for May 29th with additional dates expected.

For a complete and updated schedule and to enroll online for certification workshops and webinars, please visit

About ClearCorrect, Inc.

Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ClearCorrect was founded by dentists to serve the dental and orthodontic industry by providing a superior and more affordable clear aligner system. The highly sophisticated ClearCorrect treatment delivery system and corresponding aligner products are based on years of research and clinical experience. Cutting-edge technological advances and advanced treatment expertise, coupled with comprehensive marketing and sales support, make ClearCorrect the premier clear aligner solution of choice for informed dentists and patients. The company’s modern, needs-based approach for serving doctors and patients has earned it a leadership position within the dental industry. For information about ClearCorrect, the company, and its products, visit or call 1-888-331-3323.

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